First Blog News Conference

Things have really changed around here. First my collection of three legged dogs has doubled. The delivery of my insulated Dickies is imminent. I am debating the concept of actually buying a snuggie. And I bought a Magic Jack yesterday and the darn thing works well.

I am dealing with an egg surge of epic proportions and must come to a long term conclusion. 10 to 11 eggs a day is a lot of eggs.

Plus the studios at Mental Vacation have been remodeled. According to modern education theory, if you spend more money on school buildings you produce smarter students. Assuredly you will see better content in this blog from the recent remodel.

In the past year we have installed new windows, replace carpet with fake hardwood flooring, complete wrapped the home in shake vinyl shingles, new garage door, new exterior lighting, repaired rot where is was found (we found a lot of rot), new chicken facility, a barn extension, and more to come before we button up for the winter.

There were a lot of things wrong with this house built in 1974.

This concludes my formal statement. I am willing to take a few questions from the floor.

17 comments:

Rock Chef said...

What is your take on The Pope's visit to the UK?

wReggie said...

This Pope is a little creepy to me. John Paul II was such a good soul but this guy now could really use a good teeth bleaching. Some cucumber slices on the eyes would help with puffiness too.

Micky-T said...

Mr. wReggie....

What are your expectations for an end of a dead end road egg stand with the strong possibility of an even larger surge of eggs in the near future...and if I may,aren't you even a little embarrassed to admit you might buy a Snuggie?

Phfrankie Bondo said...

Yes sir. I have a question. Won't the bottom of the Snuggie get wet when you are out harvesting the cackle berries?...

wReggie said...

Mister T….I have been told that egg producers like myself should find a high quality specialty restaurant to barter these eggs for food credit. I have such establishment nearby as featured on the Food Network. Eat at Jakes.

Bible dudes wore a form of snuggie and you sir wear a flowered Moo-moo. I am comfortable enough in my manhood for a snuggie.

wReggie said...

Mister Bono….during snuggie season the ground will be frozen so no…there will be not moisture to dampen my snuggie.

Judy said...

Mom has a snuggie. She got it as a gift.
Wish I could help you out with the eggs. I would love to see all you have done to the house. Will have to plan a visit sometime.

Judy said...

Mom has a snuggie. She got it as a gift.
Wish I could help you out with the eggs. I would love to see all you have done to the house. Will have to plan a visit sometime.

terri said...

Since you invested in a Magic Jack and are considering a Snuggie, is there any chance you'll also consider adding a Slap Chop and a Chia Pet to your list of potential purchases?

wReggie said...

Terri...I only purchase items that I know work from referrals or friends. The snuggie will disintegrate after a few washings I am told.

Michael said...

I have to question your modern education theory. After all, its just a theory, like evolution, which everyone knows is a big bunch of bunk peddled by elitist academics (the same ones who benefit from the "more money = smarter students" theory).

Real-life analysis of the public edjumacation system here in the Virgin Islands defies your theory. More money is spent here per student than almost anywhere in the United States, yet our students keep getting dumber.

Based on this observation, and the vast investments recently poured into the MV headquarters, I must sadly conclude that the cutting edge content readers have come to expect from Mentally on Vacation will soon go the way of the dodo (if you still believe that evolution crap). Its been fun, but I suppose I'll have to move on to Fox News.

wReggie said...

My point exactly Michael. Students are dumb as toast no matter how much you spend. You cannot deny a normal distribution curve where there is brilliance and dumb shits at the tails and the rest of us in between.

wReggie said...

Are they're any more questions?

Micky-T said...

Well Mr. wReggie, I, ahh. Ahm, I guess I'd have one more question in regards to your latest answer to Michael, mentioning toast.
I wasn't aware that toast was necessarily dumb. Could you please give us the basis of your opinion that all toast is "dumb"? After all, toast "is" a member of the 3 basic food groups recommended by those that feel compelled to recommend what we should be eating.
Tell us sir, why is it that toast is dumb?

wReggie said...

Toasting renders a structural change to an item that is already cooked. Technically a cooked piece of bread is cooked further to a point short of burning to reduce moisture content to the point where it can stand up to butter, jam, honey or various sopping. Therefore toast is dumb. It has nothing else in it. Just dried structure like dead coral.

A more complex item would be iced tea. You heat it, cool it, make it sweet, and then add lemon to make it sour.

Are you catching this?

Michael said...

So you concur with my analysis. Should we therefore conclude that Mentally on Vacation is heading for the toilet?

...wait. The best of MoV already relies heavily upon potty jokes...

Nevermind.

wReggie said...

Not toilet ready as yet or optimized for the iPad.